211 commanders, the officers of the war department, and the holders of the seventy-two viniyogaz, they commanded them to prepare the army for war. They also directed that the tents should be pitched outside (the precincts of the city). Accord- ingly the armies of the three Padub&has together with the men of seventy-two viniyogas prepared themselves lor war thus: The troops of Akhabara Jalaladin* Mogal Padusaha, the lord of Jahalnapura : (horses, archers, the camp guard, lancers, and kottala dekhies). The superior Kottala horsef The archers The foot-soldiers guarding the tents and the luggage The lancers Guns capable of shooting balls weighing 5 tads. ** Guns capable of shooting balls weighing 2 mds. ». Do. do. 1 md. .. The manufacturers of ammunition ^ Elephants Camels Palanquins « Camel guns „ Gunners Bugles Carts Foot-soldiers 12,000 . 5,00,000 5,000 50,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 25,120 1,00,000 2,00,000 50,000 7,840 870 860 60,000 2,50,00,000 * /. O. M*> p., 171 has the following note :— The great Aibar succeeded to the throne ia A.D. 1556 ; he died ia A-D. 1605. The battla was fought in A~D. 1564. It is possible that he might have assisted the confederacy with setae auxiliary troops especially as it was considered a war for the prote:tioa of their (Muisalman) religion* though the accommodating nature of Akbar*s religions principle? is well known. It u not, however, mentioned in Ferishta's account of the war. f Sometimes called doaff. To provide against eveataalitiaa, each trooper took with MA a spare-h«rs* so that each cavalier had two hors**.